San Francisco Bay Area attorneys Joseph Saveri and Angela Dunning find themselves on opposite sides of the “V” in copyright cases involving generative artificial intelligence, so naturally their thoughts on the technology diverge.

On Tuesday, Saveri, of the antitrust- and class action-focused Joseph Saveri Law Firm, argued gen AI platforms’ large language models are intended to take the work of others without permission or compensation, during an Association of Business Trial Lawyers-Northern California event on the legal challenges presented by the technology.